Six-time NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire celebrates his connection to both heritage and future legacy, with his unique collection of wines. The first kosher winemaker of color, Amar’e creates complex and beautiful wines that pay homage to his ancestors by building upon the next generation.
Amar’e presents his latest collection, grown and produced with Herzog Cellars in California’s Central Coast. A celebration of enduring legacy, these wines are a reminder to stay true to our roots, and the continuous passage of knowledge down through generations.
We are descended from Kings and Queens, our legacy lives on through the wine and stories we share.
ORIGIN by Amar’e Stoudemire
Cabernet Sauvignon | Paso Robles
Stoudemire’s Origin is a bold and rich Cabernet Sauvignon that displays wonderful aromas of black cherry, boysenberry and tobacco. A soft mouth feel and pleasantly rich soft tannin make this full-bodied red a perfect pairing.
CLARITY by Amar’e Stoudemire
Pinot Noir | Clarksburg
A nuanced and refreshing rosé wine, cool fermented for enhanced aromatics. Earthy, with hints of strawberry, melon and candied fruit on the nose, finished with lingering note of Mediterranean pomegranate.
Produced in Israel by the boutique Tulip Winery, Stoudemire Wines merge love of heritage with love of community. Based in Kfar Tikva, which means “Village of Hope,” Stoudemire and Tulip produce award-winning kosher wines by employing individuals with developmental disabilities.
Private Collection | Jerusalem
Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot / Cabernet Franc / Petit Verdot
An impressive, complex and full-bodied wine with aromas of ripe fruits, tobacco, toasted wood, and a long smooth finish. Jerusalem Private Collection is aged for 28 months in French oak barrels.
Grand Reserve | Capernaum
Cabernet Sauvignon / Petit Verdot
A full-bodied red wine with aromas of black fruits, tobacco, toasted oak and ripe pepper. Stoudemire’s Capernaum Grand Reserve has a rich taste and long pleasant finish.
Reserve | Galilee
Soft and pleasant tannins with balanced acidity, Galilee has a glittering maroon red color, with succulent aromas of black fruits.
“From the first moment I set foot on its soil, I felt a deep connection to the land of Israel. Since then, I’ve been dedicated to exploring Israel’s histories: that journey has ultimately brought me back to my own roots. It is with great reverence to this powerful lineage that I present the Stoudemire Wines collection, grown and produced in Israel and California.